2 edition of On the fall of rain in the British Isles during the years 1860 and 1861 found in the catalog.
On the fall of rain in the British Isles during the years 1860 and 1861
G. J Symons
Written in English
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This publication, now called British Rainfall – on the distribution of rain over the British Isles during the years andas observed at about stations in Great Britain and Ireland, was published by Symons on 15 Februaryand ran to 18 pages.
Data for had been reprinted and expandedCited by: 8. On the Fall of Rain in Devonshire By Henry Storks Eaton. 9: On the Rainfall of the British Isles during the years Distribution of Rain G J Symons. Proceedings of the British Meteorological Society, Volume 4 Full view - Common terms and phrases.
BRITISH RAINFALL, ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF RAIN OVER THE BRITISH ISLES, DURING THE YEARAS OBSERVED AT ABOUT STATIONS IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, WITH MAPS, ;AND ILLUSTRATIONS. COMPILED BY G. SYMONS, F.R.B.S., Secretary of the Meteorological Society; Membre du Conseil de la Societe Meteorologique.
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